The Royal Navy prepares to launch its largest and most powerful ship from its home port on Monday, in a highly delicate manoeuvre expected to take several hours. HMS Queen Elizabeth is a 280m, 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier, assembled in the port of Rosyth on Scotland’s Firth of Forth. She must traverse narrow basins and manoeuvre under three road and rail bridges to get out to the North Sea

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